Scottish History with Gaelic Studies BA (Hons)

University of the Highlands and Islands
In Fort William (Scotland)

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Important information

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Fort william (Scotland)

The Scottish History element of this degree will allow you to examination in detail key themes within the country’s history from the medieval period to the present day.

Important information

Where and when

Starts Location
15 September 2016
Fort William
Carmichael Way, PH33 6FF, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
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What you'll learn on the course


Course programme

Year 1 - CertHE Modules may include: Scottish History,1066-1603 Scottish History,1603-20th Century The Atlantic World: The Old World Meets the New Gaelic for Learners 1A Gaelic for Learners 1B Gaelic Story and Song The Gaelic World 1 Year 3 - BA Students in third year will undertake the Historiographical Essay module. You will also choose five option modules, which may include: Scotland and Ireland Emigration from the Highlands and Islands since 1750 Scots in Poland, Poles in Scotland Crown-Magnate Relations in Later Medieval Northern Scotland Scotland in Film Traditional Culture Nationalism and National Identity Developing Communities in the 21st century Year 2 - DipHE Modules may include: Land and People: The Scottish Highlands Scotland, the North Sea and the Baltic Travelling Cultures, Global Diasporas Gaelic for Learners 2A Introduction to Gaelic Poetry The Gaelic World 2 Year 4 - BA (Hons) Students in fourth year are required to undertake a dissertation module in Scottish History. You will also choose four option modules, which may include: Culture and Christianity in the Highlands and Islands A Society at War? Scotland, 1296-1403 Noble, Rebel, King: Robert Bruce and Medieval Scotland Merchants, Mariners and Maritime Marauders: Scottish Trade in the Early Modern Period Traditional Culture in the 21st Century Sustainable Development Language Policy in the Workplace